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WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

YVARRNAMBOOL. O'Brfoo Bran, report: Tuesday, May 18. Pigs,- 214 penned, of which 40 wero stores. The demand for baconors was on a par with late rates, and Btores sold readily at quotations. Wo sold 71 for Messrs. Johu Rogera £5 10a, Michuoi Dohorty 74s, James Dobson 7os 6d, Mat Thomas 97s Gd and 93s 6d, Thomas Naonan 72s Gd, S.Shcppard 98s, Alex, Ryaa 98s 6d, H, Farley £5 8s fid (top price for pons) Martin Bushcll £5 Is, John Molao £5 8s, John Lumsdnn 95s, Mrs. Booth 95s aud 74s, William Huhu 87s 6d and 80s, Thomas Collins £5 2s, James Porter 95a, John Malonoy 70s, W. Murray 68s, aud E. Dullou 50d Gd and 41s Gd. Quotations-Prime pigs £5 to £5 8s 6d, good ~do. 88s to 9Gs Gd, light weights 80s to 80s, medium 60s to 75s, boat forward stores 40s to 50s, well grown sorts 20s to 2Ga Gd, slips 8s to 15a, and backfattors £4 15s to £5 19s. Wednesday. Sheep-2c0 ponced. The market was considerably short of requirements, all for ward being eagerly competed for at higher rates than usual. We sol...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Stock Markets. KOROIT. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

Stock Markets. KOROIT. O'Brien Bros, report. Thursday, May 20. Fairyardinga of all olussoa of stook for ward and a brisk biiIo. l'ig«,-32 pennad. Tho demand was brink and all pens aold at improved rates for Mossrs L. O'Brien 48a and 35a, William Kiuuno 23a and 15a, Miclmol Butler 10a, John O'Grady 19a, Fiulay M'InncBS 18s and 1(K Mrs. Williams 21st Sheep.-384 ponned. Competition koen at prices ahado higher than of lato, and wo aold all forward for Maura J. L. Eldridgo, W, Stenhonaon, Jamoa Buchanan, Goorgo Olivor, Goorgo Kiordan, John Uuuloh, M. J. Phyland, Thomas Richardson and J. Wilson. Quotations-Primo ewea 229, primo lamba 18a 2d to 21s Gd, crossbred ewes in fair con dition Ma 3d, aged crossbred and comeback owca in lamb 0a to Ms Id, crossbred wcaners 11a Gd to Ma Id. Cattle.-62 yarded; All fat and fleshy cattlo sold readily at high valueB. All storo cattle forward aleo met a brisk sale, and we cleared our yarding at higher rutoa than usual for Messrs. D. Foley, Jamea Collins, ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

Best Imported High Class # CONFECTIONERY. #? FIRST QUALITY FRUITS IN SEASON DIKKCT FROM TUB ORCHARD. Toys, Statlonory, School Requisites, Etc. Orders Taken for Photo En largements. Guaranteed by Artist. WIRS. II. T. BRTTANT, - K 0 R 0 1 T. - TAILORING BUSINESS. MR. P. GARTLAN wiahes to iuform tho residents of Koroit and Surrounding Districts tlmb he has taken ovor tlio Buei nc88 formerly conducted in Commercial Road, Koroit, by tho lato John Clenry, and is prepared to cxccute all ordora entrusted to him in a manner that cannot fail to give satisfaction regarding Material, Style, and Workmanship. A continuance of llio support accordcd to Mr. Cleary ie solicited. P. MARTIAN, TAILOR AND OUTFITTER KOROIT. WILLIAM ARDLIE, E. X.. ARDXiXS, BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS, WARRNAMBOOL, And COMMERCIAL ROAD, KOROIT. Attendaneo at Koroit cvory Thursday for ' convenience of clicnte, Tolephono 57. WarrnambooL At BARK'S POPULAR KOROIT "STORES . -YOU CAN OBTAIN A Large Choice Cravenette Coat in Stone, G...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Racing Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

Racing Notes. By "Fleininfiton." A3 previously reported in this col umn', Ilia coming '^Winter Campaign" i. not likely to fall because of a lav.k ,j- jumpers. The ranka of tho timber im.pcrs arc numerically strong just 1I0U-, though it may bo that from o <1;,^ poiut of viow thoro is somo room (,,r improvement;. It is hardly likely ?(l,ordiiig ^ all accounts that anything i,a,r<> will be aeon of Leah K(c«h««, nmj HiiUnwnrrn is remaining in Kng |:\ml (or the present. Tho nbsonco of tl,iis pair weakens tho cross country but it can at least bo hoped that tho winter will produco worthy. Miitsliftiles for the groat pair men tioned. Taking. o£ tho jumping season, it ha* often, struck me that in framing hi;< figures for tho ''Nrttionals" tho iwmlicnpper would ho .-Justified in tak inc n somewhat lenient view of what MaV he called off-season form. In tin summer and autumn a jumper may nc tp-iid n reputation cheaply. He may iv)» Dtnlrr big weights, because ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Lessons of the Drought. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

Lessons of the Drought. (From our IHowa Correspondent.) After a prolonged period of drought, the most disastrous in its effects ever experi enced in this part of the Western District, the welcome change has come. During the past few days sufficient rain has fallen lo give the land a thorough soaking, and farmers, dairymen, and the community in general, ho.il with delifjht a return to nor mal conditions. The drouKht, although far reaching in its effects-to which many a dairyman can testify, who has seen his dairy herd, upon which he had devoted so much carc and attention, drop off one by one, whilst he looked on helplessly-is not without its object lesson. Dairymen in general in this immediate district have fared much better than those in other parts of the State. In a district like this, where mixed farming is carried on, there is always a fair amount of fodder, such as hay, straw, etc., on hand. In other places, where dairying is carried on exclusively, many dairymen had in^ yeara ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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Sixpenny Pops. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

Sixpenny Pops. Once again it is our pleasant duly to record a *' full house" for the popular Saturday night concerts, and judging by the interest that continues to be taken therein this will be the order for some time to come. Prominent amongst many good items at the last concert was a minuet by Misses Duffus, Clancy, Pallas and Mahoney, and high encomiums were passed on the gracefulness and deportment of the young ladies. It was improved by the introduction of limelight effects. In " Bother the Men," the ladies taking part made the most of the opportunities pro vided by the piece, which was heartily appreciated and vociferously applauded. A selection from the opera " Hiawatha," "Six of us. and six of you," was one of the star items, but unfortunately a portion of the audience was rather too demon strative at times to allow the singing to be heard. The full programme was as fol lows:-Overture-"H.M.S. Lion," Koroit brass band ; piano solo, " Capricate," Miss F.Dunne; song, "Birds go ...

Publication Title: Koroit Sentinel And Tower Hill Advocate
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THE WAR. ITALY COMMITTED TO WAR. Rome, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

THE WAR. ITALY COMMITTED TO WAR. Rome, Thursday. Remarkable scones" witnessed the open ing of the new Italian Parliament to-day. By 367 votes to 54 it was decided to appoint a committee to consider a Bill providing for national war. In moving the Bill the Prime Minister, Signor Sa landra, made a fervent impassioned ap peal to all parties to reconcile dissen sions in face of a necessity surpassing all others. The Bill was carried amid in tense enthusiasm. London, Thursday evening. The "Evening News" correspondent at Athens reports that the Allies attacked the Turks in the region of Kilidbahr. The enemy yielded everywhere, and communi cation between Kilidbahr and |Maidos has been cut off. Further advices confirm the destruction of Kilidbahr and state that Maidos has been occupied. Paris, Thursday. Artillery duels arc proceeding between Nieuport and Arras. Two German aviators have been brought down. Further advance has been made by the Allies at Laquinque, north-west of La bassce. It i...

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Koroit Racing Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

Koroit Racing Club. ANNUAL MEETING. There vras a good attendance at the annual mealing of tbo above, held Inst Monday evening, llio preside/it, (Mr. Jolin Downoy) being in tlie ohnir, I1AIANCE-SUKKT. Tbesecretaiy rend tho annual balance bIiooD, showing an ovordrnft of £1241 3s lOd, ngnitist £1131 1G3 8d at tfin beginning of tho year. Thn principal items wore:-Receipts-Entry fees £70 18s, raco books £19 ie, book makers foes £52 lfis, gate receipts £297 16s 6d, booths £100 49 Gd, sub scriptions £02 7s. Expenditure - btakes £310, government tax £15 Gs, advertising £33 2s, salaries £53 3d, insurance £12 16s 5d, batik charges £75 Os fid, wages £31 19s Gd, railwoy guarantee £26 A further statement showed the following assets:-Owing by pluinpton coursing club £73 10s, outstanding subscriptions (good) £28 7s, actual in debtedness £1139 Gs 10J. KLECTION OF COMMITTEE. The following retiring members of committee, being the only persona nominated, were declared duly electpd: -Messrs J. Downey, ...

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General Summary. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

General Summary. Empty cupboards supply plenty of food for thought. Last Friday was Belgian day in Sydney# £100,000 was raised. Mr. Joseph Cook's son, who is at the front, has been wounded. From 1st July all receipts of £2 op will require a twopenny duly stamp. The balance sheet of the Colac Hospital Carnival shows the profit was £15. The Federal Land Tax wilt this year yield two and a half million pounds. A Japanese admiral and a Japanese general have been created K.O.M.G.'i. Some New Zealand bakers have been fined £30 for selling light vtfeight bread. The medical examination of candidates for enlistment is much more severe now than previously. We should say nothing of a person in his absence that we would be unwilling to say if he were present. Lieutenant Kerr, who was killed at the Dardanelles, was a nephew of Mrs Kerr, of the " Cobden Times." A practical farmer at Corryong states that he always uses sulphur to keep mice away from his haystacks. The Portland Council, acting on a ...

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Send-off to Mr. Howell. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

Send-off to Mr. Howell. Tlioro was a good gathering at the Koroib hotel on AVodnesday evening at a farewell social to Mr. 0. II. Hoirell, who during tlio past three years has beon manager of tho local branch of the National bank, and lias boon trans forrcd to Haittbow. Apologies woro read from Cr. Gloo soti, Mr. B. Baker, Mr. Crawford (through illness), and Mr. M. Bourkn. Tlio Mayor (Cr. Downey) presided, and aftor tlio toa9b of "Tlio Kiug" hod boon duly honorod, lio submitted tho toneb of "Our Ouost," Up folt ib a ptoasuro and privilego to havo tlio honor of proposing Mr. Howell's lionltli on the occasion of bis doparburo from Koroib. Ou account of the shortness of tho notice tho function bad been hurriedly arranged, and ho was plnasrd to soo the districts1 interests so fully represented, Tlinb might be Ukon as a criterion of the estimate of his abilities as manager of a big institu tion and as a citizen of tho town. Since coming to ICuroiti ho find identi fied himself with ninny t...

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Koroit Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

Koroit Telephone Exchange. As there have been several additions lo the local telephone exchange recently, for the benefit of subscribers and the public we give the list herewith: 1. Co-Op, Socicty 16. Rundell & Son 2. O'Brien Bros. 17. Railway Station 3. Murcli & Taylor 18. J. A. Nayler 4. Coughlan & Watt 19. N. Corson 5. Butter Factory & 20. J. J. Barnes Town Hall 21. M. J. Gleeson 6. Dr. Forsyth 22. Power House 7. Morse and Co. 23. W. H. Skilbeck 8. "Koroit Sentinel" 24. A. Skilbeck 9. W. T. Brennan 25. R. Skilbeck 10. Rev. J. Kerin 26. D. Spring 11. Rev. C. J. Martin 27. W. Leddin 12. Saltau and Son 28. J. F. Duffus 13. Geldhoff & Sons 29. B. A. Tucker 14. Dr. Coto 30. Police Station 15. Tlios. Baker 31. Charles Barr

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Melbourne Pig Market. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

Melbourne Pig Market. Adamson, Slrcttlc and Co., 396 Bourke St., Melbourne, report this week's pig market as follows: 1520 yarded. Stores-Only a moderate number were penned, and prices were firm. Best 30s to 38s, seconds 24s to 28s, slips from 7s, suckers 4s to 6s. Porkers-Not many prime pigs were forward, and consequently the sale was very brisk at f'.'lly late rates. Prime heavy 44s to 48s, extra to 56s, prime me dium 35s to 41s, prime light 30s to 33s. Bacon pigs-Although the supply was a very light one, competition was very limited. Opening sales were slightly lower than last week, and as the market progressed the decline became more pro nounced, except in the case of a few pens of extra nice quality heavy weights, which sold at prices ranging from £5 to £5 15s 6d, prime heavy 86s to 96s, prime medium 72s to 81s, jirime light 60s to 68s, half fat from 50s. Backfatters-Only a few of this class were forward. Competition was keen at fully last week's prices. Extra heavy sows £7 5s ...

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Kirkstall Races. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

Kirkstall Races. Owing (o the wet conditions prevailing prior to the above meeting, the attendance was smaller than it otherwise would have been. Only two first tavorites were suc cessful. P. Perrolt had quite a field day, riding four winners. Graftbank's was pro bably the moat popular win of the day. Results Trial Stakes-Vocal Queen 1, Tollkeeper 2, Tonnawanda 3. Wambigal and Bricks also started. 2 to 1 Vocal Queen. Won by half a dozen lengths: Hurdle Racn-Boortkol 1, Fulcrum 2. Five sinners. 6 to 1 Boortkol. Won by three lengths. Ladies' Bracelet-Graftondellc 1, Plum Pie 2, Ochro 3. 2 to 1 Graftqudellc. Won by a ncck. Novelty Pony Race-Lady Arden 1, Syl via 2, Nigger 3. 2 to 1 Lady Arden. Won by half a head. Handicap-Vndski 1, Telvez 2, Plum Pie 3. Five starters. Even money Vodskl. Won by three lengths. ' Haolc Race-Graftbank 1, Miss Sirat 2, Lady Killecn 3. Five starters. 4 to I Graftbank. Won by a length. Flying Stakes-Dyle 1, Bright Kirk 2, Major Eight 3. 0 to 4 on Dyle. Won by...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

WALL PAPEKS. WALL PAPERS. WALL PAPERS. Tho Latest Designs now open for inspection. OA LI, AND SKE THEM Oil WRITE FOR PATTERNS. P. F. HARPER, -^WZl-House and Sign Painter [I&TAKLISIIKD 10 YKAKS.] TO PERSONS ABOUT TO BUILD. BEFORE CALLING ELSEWHERE CALL UPON Oil WRITE TC SIMMONDS & HAIN, TIMBER MERCHANTS AND CONTRACTORS, KOROIT, An<l grot tJioir Pricos for all Kinds of Building- Matorlal. Palings, Posts, and Kails, and all kinds of Builder's Ironmongery. -Timber Hinges T. and G. Pino Mouldings Doors : Saslies Mantolpiccc's . . Drain Pipes Oils and Lead Gutter Tiles Galvanised Iron' Spouting Kidginsr Bricks Roof Nails iiime Weights Wire Nails .. Shcot Lead Pine Weatherboards Grates Locks Glass Piping Stoves Putty Cement ESTIJURTES BND DESIGNS PREPARED flT SHORTEST NOTICE, FREE. "N't! IIIIVO built HiiJ supplied nearly 1000 "TURNER" BICYCLES to deliver His Majesty's M c.la ihrouglioub Victoria, and all the other Commonwealth Status...Vl'liis should interest you...

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COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

COMMITTEE MEETING. The sumo gentlemen wero present at the subsequent committeo mooting, at which officers for the ensuing year were appointed. The retiring president thanked mem bers for the courtesy extended to him during the many years ho had lipid tho position, This time he really desired to see a new chairman elccted. The finances had not improved to tho ex* tent he would liko during the pnst tiv.t years, and perhaps a change would 1m beDeficial, and it las not right for one man to tnonopoliso tho presidenoy of the club. Mr. Bourke said that while it was advi.-.ftUle in many things for the posi tion of president to go round in some things it was desirable to stick to the old nsan if lie were a good and tried one. He could not see the wisdom o( making a change at the present junc ture. He could say that no other moo could have made the club more success ful than the rotiring president hnd. Although Mr. Downey spoke niih a certain amount of deflnite.ness he (the speaker) felt ever...

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The Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

The Church of England. On Sunday tho Rev. 0 J. T. Merlin re* pliod to a statement niado recently, nut! published in these columns, that tho Church of England began during tho roigu of Henry VIII. Mr< Martin said the Chris tian Church throughout iho world waa ia inter communion («uvo for herosiee) until the grout schism of lOG.'J, when Eastern and WcBlern Christendom dividud on tho quea tion of tho proceasion of tho Holy Spirit from God tho {Sou. Tho firat groat centres of Christiana wcro Jerusalem, Antioch, Alexandria and Home, with Constantinople) afterwards added, ruled by their several Patriarchs. Homo wua tlio only great- cen tre of Western Christendom, and received naturally a ptiinnoy of honor throughout tho West, i.o,, in all countries to tho wosb of the Adriatic Sea. Several smaller cen tres of Christianity were in existence, and to safeguard their indopendonco a goodly number of canons were euacted at tho gono rul syoods, e.g., the Kplieaino duorco, 11 Lob tho ea...

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PORT FAIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

PORT FAIRY. At a special meeting of the Port Fairy hospital on Monday afternoon Miss Marion McDonald, of Port Fairy North, was appointed probationer nurse. There ] were seven applicants for the position. Several sales of Killarney properties arc reported. Mr. G. Dwyer, of Pens hurst, who recently sold his Korongah property to Mr. Jer. Mahony, has now ; purchased another Korongah farm, on the Port Fairy road, about 100 acres, from Mr. Norman McSween, of Noorat, at £43 per acre. Mr. P. Neagle has purchased from Mr. W. Melville, his farm at the ridge, Korongah, containing 30 acres, at £65 per acre. Mr. Neagle disposed of his cottage and six acres of land at Killarney, to Mrs. Hurley, of Southern Cross, for £500. Mr. T. Mahony has sold a portion of his farm, "containing 18 acres, to Mr. Martin Sheedy, at a satisfactory price. The borough of Port Fairy enjoys the distinction of sending fewer local men to the seat of war than towns in Victoria with only a quarter of our population. The Sh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

Koroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, MAY 27. 05 13 RIKN BROS, wil Sell by I'nbllo JLJ Auetiou on above clato, when they will odor OATTLE. f> Extra Choicc Dairy Cowa, guaranteed 4 Springing Ueifera 30 Good Store Cowa 15 Yearlings (On acc. W. Molvilln) 10 Choice Dairy GQWB, in full profit and springing 5 Yuarliug Heifera 1 Ayrshire Bull, 4 years, pedigreed SHEEP 50 Prime Comeback Esvea 1*20 Crossbred Kwe?, 4 year?, In lamb 70 Crossbred Weanera, iu good condition PIGS. HOUSES. SUNDRIES. Spoctal Buyer for strong, well-grown STORES iti attendance Warrnambool Corporation "Shards. WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 01 | > RIKN UK OS. will Sell by Public jLJ Auction, at the Corporation Yards, on iho ubovo dato tho following CATTLE: .i Kat Cows from Graamere 5 Choice Dairy Cowa 1*2 Sloro Cows SHEEP. .1G Prime Crossbred Ewes, from Yaogery 30 Prime Crossbred Lambs HORSES SUNDRIES. TUESDAY, MAY 25. KAT & STORE PIGS. Koroit Weekly Sale. THURSDAY, MAY 27. MURCH, TAYLOR & BKAL (through their Auctio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

AT PHILLIP! Furniture'for the Cottage or the Mansion. O.iil#:first-lass wo plqydti at our Factory. 6 ?;. « trial will convince you of the superiority of our goods. GIVE US THAT TRIAL. V'Ti PHILLIPS, LIE'BIG STREET WAftftMMBOOL IT I TIBIBER MEaCHANT, HIGH STREET, JNVITKS INSPECTION OF HIS STOCK OF gjgHardwood, ; Hurdles, Cement, Droppers,', Qates, Troughs,, Pickets, Palings," Red Gum, Softwood, r. Iron, Etc. Call and Inspect,; Before Purchasing Elsewhere Sole Agent for, Koroit and District for. V Bates and Co.'s Open Fire Stoves: ' Law Union and Rock Insurance Co. Cheapest MACHINES 'ifKe Best ARE SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PRICES: £3 10s. £9 15s. I.onjj Guarantee. EASY Tested and Pound THE BEST. U ust all over the Commonwealth. The Comfort of Thousands of Housewives. They save more money and do more work with lets labor than any other machine* on the market, aad you can't wear them oat. Ward Bros. Sell them. Write for UluLtratld Catalogue. WARD BROS-, 36-33 Erro! St., North Melbourne "Alm...

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THE Koroit Sentinel AND Tower Hill Advocate PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SATURDAY MORNING MAY 22. Current Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Koroit Sentinel and Tower Hill Advocate — 22 May 1915

THE AND ftowcv gtiU ^(U'lU'atc. PUBLISHED EVRBT S&XtfftS&T SATURDAY MORNING MAY 22. Current Topics. Mr. H. L. Hobday, of Port Fairy and Koroit, has pleasure in announcing that he has made arrangements to personally visit Koroit every Tuesday and Thursday, and may be consulted at his surgery ad joining Hanr.abury's cycle depot, Com mercial Road.-Advt. The Prcmierinformed Mr. Rougct in the Assembly on Tuesday that it was intended to introduce a bill providing that during the war the hours for the sale of liquor shall be 9 a.m. to 9.30 p.m., which would embrace clubs. It was not intended to take a referendum on the general question of the earlier closing of hotels. The Chief Secretary gave notice of the introduction of a bill providing for the reduction of the hours during which hotels will be open. To-morrow night week. May 30th, a united patriotic service will be held in the Church of England. The collection will be in aid of the Red Cross Fund. Full particulars will ...

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